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Audio Book – A Full Moon in March

(first published 1935)

William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939)
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William Butler Yeats first published this collection in 1935. In it, he developed themes and symbolism prevalent throughout his work, including his fascination with masks and Irish legends.
(Summary by Newgatenovelist)

The original text of this recording is in the Public Domain in countries where copyright expires 70 years or less after the author’s , but is still protected by copyright in the USA and some other countries. Please check the copyright law of your country before downloading.
The recording is released under the Creative Commons license CC0.

Total running time: 1:25:40

00 – Preface – 02:28 min, read by Peter Tucker [download all sections]
01 – A Full in March – 14:00 min, read by Craig Franklin, Ian King, Newgatenovelist, Peter Tucker, and Phil Benson
02 – The King of the Great Clock Tower – 13:14 min, read by Craig Franklin, Ian King, Newgatenovelist, Peter Tucker, and Phil Benson
03 – Parnell’s Funeral – 02:43 min, read by Peter Tucker
04 – Three Songs to the Same Tune – 04:48 min, read by Peter Tucker
05 – Alternative Song for the Severed Head in The King of the Great Clock Tower – 01:29 min, read by Peter Tucker
06 – Two Songs Rewritten for the Tune’s Sake – 01:51 min, read by Peter Tucker
07 – A Prayer for Old Age – 00:49 min, read by Peter Tucker
08 – Church and State – 00:46 min, read by Peter Tucker
09 – Supernatural Songs – 08:06 min, read by Peter Tucker

In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by:
Book Coordinator: Newgatenovelist
Proof-Listeners: Newgatenovelist, Ian King, Phil Benson
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Viktor

Catalogued 12. February 2019

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